Tee Grizzley Links With Queen Naija & The Detroit Youth Choir On “Mr. Officer”
Written by B87FM on June 5, 2020
These present occasions have referred to as for a lot of artists to get into the studio. Rappers and singers are sharing their frustrations and hopes for the longer term on wax, and Tee Grizzley has partnered with Queen Naija and members of the Detroit Youth Choir to craft “Mr. Officer.” On the anthem-like single, Tee Grizzley raps in regards to the realities of extreme drive utilized by the police as Queen Naija and the DYC sing the refrain, telling “Mr. Officer” that “Y’all are killing us.”
On YouTube, Tee Grizzley shared a couple of ideas about his monitor. “I received one million experiences I can contact on in my music, however I couldn’t make one other track with out talking on what’s occurring 💔,” he wrote. I’m not a politician or activist however proper now it’s all people’s job to talk up as a result of the ache, the battle for equality and the brutality is actual. ✊🏾✊🏿✊🏽” Stream “Mr. Officer” and tell us what you suppose.
Y’all presupposed to be the heroes although
You recognize, defend and serve, not takin’ us off of the Earth
I see the police and it f*ck with my nerves
They pullin’ me over, I am showin’ ’em each of my fingers
And watchin’ my phrases, I received insurance coverage, no warrants
He pointin’ his gun like he wanna blow it
Inform me why we gotta die? He went for his pockets, attain for a gun
You suppose that some sh*t he’d attempt? On a cop?
He cannot breathe and you continue to chokin’ ’em, man, why would he lie?
Your knee in his neck, you ain’t gotta do all that
It is one in opposition to 5, RIP